Sept 19 & 26: Peace hosts Voter Registration and Election Information

Civic engagement calls us, as people of faith, to vigilantly ensure the right to vote in both policy and practice. Action to facilitate access to this right can include voter education and registration.”  ELCA social statement originally posted 2/2020.

The Outreach and Advocacy team, in cooperation with the Virginia Interfaith Center for Public Policy, is sponsoring voter registration opportunities at Peace on September 19 and 26 from noon to 1:00 pm.  Find tables outdoors (weather permitting) where you can check your registration status and register if you are eligible and are not currently registered. Note that any citizen who will be 18 on Nov. 9 is eligible to vote and may register in advance. If you have moved to a new address, you must register again.  Registration closes in Virginia on October 12. Friends and neighbors are welcome!

(Please note that registration in Virginia is not by political party; you will not be asked for your political preference.  Voter registration is completely nonpartisan. Our project is within legal guidelines for voter registration.)

Annandale Crop Walk: October 16

Peace will support the Church World Services annual CROP walk this year! All funds raised will go to both CWS self-help projects around the world as well as our food pantry. You can get involved with the walk here! You can also donate to the Crop Walk directly through Peace here. Just type CROP in the other section to donate!




Acts: Catching up with the Spirit

What can the Bible teach us about trusting the spirit in uncertain times? Join this 6 week Bible study, led by Pastor Sarah, Wednesday nights, 7 – 8:30, starting October 13.  Sign up here.  On the sign-up, please indicate if you prefer to come in person or online.  Likely, both options will be offered.




Worship links and other opportunities to connect with church members through online Bible studies and other activities can be found below:

Online and In-person Worship

Get Involved Today – Outreach and Advocacy

Racial Justice

In addition to the small groups that continue to meet virtually, we have the following community-creating opportunities open to all:

Prayers for a Pandemic

Explore our publication “Prayers for a Pandemic.” A compilation of art, photos and writings by members and friends of Peace.

Other Resources

  • A Care Team has formed to stay connected with the most vulnerable people in our congregation.  If you would like to have a care team member contact you for any reason, please email
  • Ways you can help
  • Should you need any extra support in this time, please contact Pastor Sarah. God bless you!
  • Check out Pastor Sarah’s new blog: God Holds You

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Also, be sure to check out our full church calendar.